Electron-histochemical investigation of capillary permeability of the central nervous system in burn shock

  • V. P. Tumanov
Morphology and Pathomorphology
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Abstract

The permeability of capillary walls in the CNS in burn shock was studied in experiments on animals. During the period of burn shock, a marker (peroxidase) was introduced into the blood stream of the animals. Electron-microscopic investigation showed that the capillary wall in the CNS is permeable to substances with a molecular weight of 40,000, such as peroxidase, in an animal in the stage of burn shock.

Key Words

capillaries of the CNS capillary permeability burn shock 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1977

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